I've never once doubted in the existence of a cure. When I first came down with CFS I didn't slack a day. I got some x-rays and stuff, but I knew right away not to put all my faith in modern medicine and went straight to trying to heal it by any means necessary. These are all the things that I can think of that I have tried for my health problems. Although some of them were truly unfortunate, for the majority of them it is not so much that they don't help at all, or that I don't believe in them, but that the impact they made was much too small to justify the time and expense of continuing. If one goes to 12 sessions of something, they want to see a general trend of improvement over the sessions, not a slight bump in energy each time only to fall back into the same rut almost immediately, but that is what seemed to happen to me. Most people experience major breakthroughs using one or a combination of these approaches, but I am not most people. I am a sticky wicket.